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2011-11-28 Thread call0031
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RE: 'clear table table' clearing only bottom entry? (1.5dev7)

2011-11-28 Thread joe . price
Good Morning! Is there a better place to report/track bugs? -Original Message- From: joe.pr...@vaisala.com [mailto:joe.pr...@vaisala.com] Sent: 09 November 2011 09:32 To: haproxy@formilux.org Subject: 'clear table table' clearing only bottom entry? (1.5dev7) Using 'clear table

HAProxy and TIME_WAIT

2011-11-28 Thread Daniel Rankov
Hi, I'm testing HAProxy. Now, what I came up with and it's a real bothering me is that there are a lot of network connections type TIME_WAIT. Here is my environment - on CentOS 6 server I've set up HAProxy in tcp mode to split connections between 2 web servers with SSL / Jetty web server /. All

Re: HAProxy and TIME_WAIT

2011-11-28 Thread James Bardin
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 11:50 AM, Daniel Rankov daniel.ran...@gmail.com wrote: And on loaded server this will cause trouble. Isn't there a chance for HAProxy to send RST, so that conneciton will be dropped ? An RST packet won't make the TIME_WAIT socket disappear. It's part if the TCP

Re: HAProxy and TIME_WAIT

2011-11-28 Thread Daniel Rankov
Yeap, I'm aware of net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse and the need of TIME_WAIT state, but still if there is a way to send a RST /either configuration or compile parameter/ the connection will be destroyed. 2011/11/28 James Bardin jbar...@bu.edu On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 11:50 AM, Daniel Rankov

halog manpage

2011-11-28 Thread Joe Williams
Does a halog man page exist? If not, it would be great if someone who knows what all the options are could document all of them. The best reference I know of is the following thread, which does not include many of the newer filters and etc.

Re: HAProxy and TIME_WAIT

2011-11-28 Thread James Bardin
On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Daniel Rankov daniel.ran...@gmail.com wrote: Yeap, I'm aware of net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse and the need of TIME_WAIT state, but still if there is a way to send a RST /either configuration or compile parameter/ the connection will be destroyed. TIME_WAIT is usually

Re: 'clear table table' clearing only bottom entry? (1.5dev7)

2011-11-28 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi Joe, On Mon, Nov 28, 2011 at 09:12:35AM -, joe.pr...@vaisala.com wrote: Good Morning! Is there a better place to report/track bugs? No, it's the right place. I'm sorry we missed your mail. I must admit I don't read all of them anymore since a number of the ML subscribers are very good

Re: halog manpage

2011-11-28 Thread Baptiste
Hi Joe, For halog, the best reference is the source code itself ;) The variable names are verbose enough to understand what it does. To be fair, it's in my TODO to write a blog page to explain what halog does and how usefull it can be. I'll let know the list as soon as it has been written.

Re: Re: hashing + roundrobin algorithm

2011-11-28 Thread wsq003
We add a new keyword 'vgroup' under 'server' key word. server wsqa 0.0.0.0 vgroup subproxy1 weight 32 check inter 4000 rise 3 fall 3 means request assigned to this server will be treated as set backend 'subproxy1'. Then in backend 'subproxy1' you can configure any load balance strategy.

Re: Re: hashing + roundrobin algorithm

2011-11-28 Thread Willy Tarreau
Hi, On Tue, Nov 29, 2011 at 01:52:31PM +0800, wsq003 wrote: We add a new keyword 'vgroup' under 'server' key word. server wsqa 0.0.0.0 vgroup subproxy1 weight 32 check inter 4000 rise 3 fall 3 means request assigned to this server will be treated as set backend 'subproxy1'. Then in

Re: Re: hashing + roundrobin algorithm

2011-11-28 Thread wsq003
Backend proxies may be multiple layers, then every layer can have its own LB param. Logically this is a tree-like structure, every real server is a leaf. Every none-leaf node is a backend proxy and may have LB param. When a HTTP request arrives, it go through the tree-like structure to find a